Ojai Herbal Symposium on “Natural Resilience” featuring Dr. Kevin Spelman

The first ever Ojai Herbal Symposium will take place from Friday evening, November 16, through Sunday evening, November 18, on the theme of  “Natural Resilience.” The Symposium will present respected experts, authors, and speakers from across the spectrum of modern herbalism, pharmacy, integrative medicine, Oriental medicine, Ayurvedic medicine, and Chumash healing. Classes will be accessible to the professional and non-professional alike. 

A Phytotherapeutic Phunk Dance and Elixir Bar for symposium attendees 21 years of age and older will be held Saturday night from 8:00 to 11:00 p.m. at Greater Goods in Meiners Oaks. 

Registration is $255 in advance until November 9 and $285 beginning November 10. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Greater Goods Relief Fund for community support in the aftermath of the December 2017 fires. Student discounts and Continuing Education credits may be available upon request. 

Volunteers are needed to staff the event in exchange for admission. Vendor applications are being accepted for the Herbal Marketplace. Those interested in volunteering or vending can apply online at OjaiHerbalSymposium.org, by email at Info@OjaiHerbalSymposium.orgor by phoning event organizer Lanny Kaufer at 805-646-6281.

The Ojai Herbal Symposium is presented by the “Herb Walks with Lanny Kaufer” series of educational events, an Ojai mainstay since 1976. For all information visit OjaiHerbalSymposium.org or call 805-646-6281.

Calendar Listing:

  •   Ojai Herbal Symposium on “Natural Resilience”
  •   Krotona Hall and various downtown locations
  •   Friday, November 16, through Sunday, November 18 
  •   Respected experts, authors, and speakers from across the spectrum of modern herbalism, pharmacy, integrative medicine, Oriental medicine, Ayurvedic medicine and Chumash healing

•   Phytotherapeutic Phunk Dance and Elixir Bar for symposium attendees 21 years of age and older: Saturday night 8:00 – 11:00 p.m. at Greater Goods in Meiners Oaks.


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